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List of course references : School of Environment, Resources and Development
  -August, 2015 Semester
     
 
Field of Study: Computer Science 
   
  AT70.02 : Data Structures & Algorithms
  AT70.03 : Theory of Computing
  AT70.05 : Computer Networks
  AT70.12 : Web Application Engineering
 
Field of Study: Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Management 
   
  CE70.11 : Project Cost and Financial Management
  CE70.12 : Organizational Management in Construction
  CE70.13 : Research Methodology in the Built Environment
  CE70.21 : Integrated Project Planning and Control
  CE70.44 : Communication and Negotiation Skills for Project Managers
 
Field of Study: Design and Manufacturing Engineering 
   
  AT73.02 : Advanced Manufacturing Process
  AT73.03 : Engineering Metrology
  AT73.05 : Eco-Design and Manufacturing System
  AT73.07 : Industrial Packaging Design and Technology
  AT73.14 : Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing
  AT73.16 : CAE&CAM for Product Development
 
Field of Study: Geotechnical and Earth Resources Engineering 
   
  CE71.12 : Rock Mechanics
  CE71.13 : Advanced Soil Mechanics and Testings
  CE71.31 : Engineering Geology
  CE71.41 : Analytical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering
  CE71.66 : Petroleum Reservoir Engineering
  CE71.68 : Well Logging Interpretation
  CE71.69 : Fundamentals of Geosystem Exploration
  CE71.71 : Drilling & Well Completion Operation
 
Field of Study: Industrial Engineering & Management 
   
  AT72.01 : Deterministic Optimization Models
  AT72.02 : Production and Operations Management
  AT72.03 : Statistical Models and Design of Experiments
  AT72.05 : Quality Control and Management
  AT78.25 : Simulation Modeling
  AT78.28 : Supply Chain Management
  AT78.30 : Maintenance Management
  AT78.31 : Statistical Quality Control
  AT72.9010 : Selected Topic: ISE Seminar
 
Field of Study: Information & Communications Technologies 
   
  AT80.01 : Information and Communication Technology Applications: Users and Producers
 
Field of Study: Information Management 
   
  AT71.01 : Database Design
  AT71.03 : E-Business Development and Technology
  AT71.07 : Information Retrieval and Data Mining
 
Field of Study: Mechatronics 
   
  AT74.01 : Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms and Robots
  AT74.02 : Control Theory
  AT74.03 : Sensing and Actuation
  AT74.04 : Digital and Analog Circuit Design
  AT74.9012 : Selected Topic: Advanced Bio and Medical Engineering
 
Field of Study: Microelectronics and Embedded Systems 
   
  AT81.01 : Microelectronics Fabrication Technology
  AT81.05 : Analog Integrated Circuit Design
  AT81.15 : Embedded Systems Architecture
 
Field of Study: Nanotechnology 
   
  AT79.02 : Impact of Nanotechnology on the Society
  AT79.08 : Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
  AT79.12 : Characterization Tools in Nanotechnology
  AT79.13 : Advanced Seminars in Nanotechnology
  AT79.9001: Selected Topic: Fundamentals of Bionanotechnology
 
Field of Study: Offshore Technology and Management 
   
  CE81.71 : Introduction to Offshore Structural Engineering
  CE81.81 : The Economics of Oil and Gas
  CE81.9024 : Selected Topic: Probability, Statistics and Uncertainty for Oil and Gas Decision Making
  CE81.9026 : Selected Topic: Introduction to Upstream Oil & Gas Operations and HSE Aspects
  CE81.9029 : Selected Topic : Principles of leadership
 
Field of Study: Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems 
   
  AT76.01 : Geographic Information Systems
  AT76.03 : Remote Sensing
  AT76.9021 : Selected Topic: WebGIS Technology
  AT76.9026 : Selected Topic: Introduction to Spatial Information Engineering
  AT76.9029 : Selected Topic: Introduction to Global Navigation Satellite Systems
  AT76.9030 : Selected Topic: Aerospace Technology
 
Field of Study: Structural Engineering 
   
  CE72.11 : Computer Methods of Structural Analysis
  CE72.21 : Structural Dynamics
  CE72.41 : Advanced Concrete Technology
  CE72.52 : Advanced Concrete Structures
   
Field of Study: Telecommunications
   
  AT77.02 : Signals, Systems and Stochastic Processes
  AT77.04 : Data Communications
  AT77.11 : Digital Modulation Techniques
  AT77.19 : Optimization for Communications and Networks
  AT77.9026 : Selected Topic: Basic Satellite Communications
 
Field of Study: Transportation Engineering 
   
  CE73.11 : Transportation Systems
  CE73.15 : Public Transportation Systems
  CE73.36 : Transportation Planning Methods and Analysis
  CE73.37 : Transportation Demand Modeling and Forecasting
 
Field of Study: Water Engineering and Management 
   
  CE74.11 : Watershed Hydrology
  CE74.12 : Hydrodynamics
  CE74.13 : Water Resources Systems
  CE74.14 : Concepts in Water Modeling
  CE74.21 : Irrigation and Drainage Engineering
  CE74.41 : Water Supply and Sanitation
  CE74.54 : Integrated Water Resources Management
   
   
   
 
     

 

Courses Offered by School of Engineering and Technology - August, 2015 Semester 
Field of Study: Computer Science 
AT70.05 Computer Networks Instructor(s) :   Kanchana Kanchanasut
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Peterson, L. L.. & Davie, B. S. (2000). Computer networks : a systems approach. (2nd ed.) Burlington, MA. :  Morgan Kaufmann Pub.  TK5105.5 P479 2011 (UG Coll.) 5th ed. Link
2 Kurose, J. F. & Ross, K. W. (2002). Computer networking  : a top-down approach featuring the internet. (2nd ed.). Boston :  Addison-Wesley. TK5105.875 I57 K88 2005j (UG SL Coll.) Link (2000)
3 Comer, D. (2001). Computer networks and internets. (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle Rier, N.J. : Prentice Hall.
TK5105.5 C5897 1999 Link (5th ed.)

 

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AT70.02 Data Structures & Algorithms Instructor(s) :   Sumanta Guha
No. Text/References Available Free Online
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AT70.03 Theory of Computing Instructor(s) :   Phan Minh Dung
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Lewis, H. &  Papadimitriou, C.H. (1998). Element of the theory of computation. (2nd ed.). Prentice Hall. Not available  
2 Claude, C. (1988). Theories of computational complexity. Amsterdam :  North Holland. Not available  
3 Mishra, K. L. P. and Chandrasekaran, N. (1995). Theory of computer science : automata, language and computation. New Delhi :  Prentice Hall. QA267 M57 2007y (UG SL) Link (3rd ed. 2008)
4 Hopcroft, J.E, Motwani, R. & Ullman, J.D. (1979). Introduction to automata theory, languages, and computation. Boston, MA : Addison-Wesley. QA267 H56 2007i ; QA267 H56 2007b (UG SL) Link (2nd ed.) 
5 Sipser, M. (1996). Introduction to the theory of computation. Boston, MA : PWS Pub. QA267 S56  ; QA267 S56 2007c (UG SL)  Link 
6 Smith, C. H. (1994). A recursive introduction to the theory of computation. New York :  Springer Verlag.  QA76.6 S61547    
7 Taylor, R. G. (1997). Models of computation and formal languages. New York : Oxford University Press. Not available  
8 Garey, M. R. & Johnson, D. S. (1979). Computers and intractability : a guide to the theory of NP-completeness. New York : W. H. Freeman.  QA76.6 G35  (Yang Coll.)  

 

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AT70.12 Web Application Engineering Instructor(s) :   Matthew N. Dailey
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Anderson, E.A., Greenspun, P. & Grumet, A. (2006). Software engineering for internet applications. MIT Press. QA76.625 A55   Link 
Link
2 Andrews, M. & Whitaker, J. A. (2006). How to break web software : functional and security testing of web applications and web services. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Addison-Wesley. QA76.76 T48 W485    
3 Bergsten, H. (2003). Java server pages. (3rd ed.) Beijing :  O'Reilly.
TK5105.8885 J38 B47 2003  Link 2nd ed.
Link 3rd ed.
4 Collins-Sussman, B.,  Fitzpatrick,  B. & Pilato, C. M. (2007). Version control with subversion. Not available Link
Link 
5 Fowler, C. (2006). Rails recipes. Raleigh, N.C. : Pragmatic Programmers. QA76.64 F69    
6 Fowler, M. (2003). Patterns of enterprise application architecture. Boston, MA :  Addison-Wesley. Not available  
7 Fu, K., Sit, E., Smith, K. & Feamster, N. (2001). "Dos and don'ts of client authentication on the Web". in Proceedings of the 10th USENIX Security Symposium.  Not available Link
8 Gehtland, J., Galbraith, B. & Almaer, D. (2006). Pragmatic ajax : a web 2.0 primer. Raleigh, NC. :  Pragmatic Bookshelf. TK5105.8885 A53 G44   Link
9 Greenspun, P. (2006). SQL for web nerds. Not available Link 
10 Henderson, C. (2006).  Building scalable web sites. Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly. TK5105.888 H46   
11 Jendrock, E., Ball, J., Carson, D., Evans, I., Fordin, S. and Haase, K. (2006). The Java EE 5 tutorial. (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Addison Wesley.    QA76.73 J38 J3652 2006 Link
12 Johnson, D.C., White, A. & Charland, A. (2007). Enterprise AJAX : strategies for building high performance web applications.  Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall. TK5105.8885 A52 J64  
13 Murugesan & Deshpande (eds.). (2001). Web engineering : managing diversity and complexity of web application development. Springer. Not available  
14 Richardson, L. & Ruby, S. (2007).
RESTful web services. Beijing :  O'Reilly. 
TK5105.88813 R53  Link
15 Thomas, D., Hansson, D., Breedt, L.,  Clark, M., Davidson, J. D., Gehtland, J. & Schwarz, A. (2008). Agile web development with rails. (3rd ed).  Raleigh, N.C. : Pragmatic Programmers. TK5105.888 T477 2007    
16 Weiss, M. (2003). "Patterns for web applications". In Patterns Languages of Programming (PLoP).  Not available Link

 

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Field of Study: Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Management 
CE70.44 Communication and Negotiation Skills for Project Managers Instructor(s) :   Burin Kunatipapongม Christian Brockmann
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Harvard Business Essentials. (2003). Negotiation. Harvard Business School Press.  Not available  
2 Ermitt, S. & Gorse, C. A. (2003). Construction communication. Oxford : Blackwell. TH215 E45    
3 Marsh, PDV (1984). Contract negotiation handbook. (2nd ed.) Essex : Gower Pub. Not available  
4 Pritchard, C. (2004). The project management communication toolkit. Artech House  Not available Link

 

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CE70.21 Integrated Project Planning and Control Instructor(s) :   Chotchai Charoenngam
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Popescu, C. M. & Charoenngam, C. (1995). Project planning, scheduling, and control in construction : an encyclopedia of terms and applications. New York :  John Wiley & Sons.  TA190 P65  
2 Callahan, M. T, Quackenbush, D. G., and Rowings, J. E. (1992). Construction project scheduling. New York :  McGraw-Hill. Not available  
3 Cleland, D. I. & Ireland , L. R. (2002). Project management: strategic design and implementation. (4th ed.). New York :  McGraw-Hill.  Not available  

 

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CE70.12 Organizational Management in Construction Instructor(s) :     Bonaventura H.W. Hadikusumo
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Daft, R. L. (2006). The new era of management. (International ed). Australia : Thomson/ South-Western. HD31 D34 2006i  ;   HD31 D34 2008i    
2 Coulter, C. (1989). The complete standard handbook of construction personnel management. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.  HD9715 A2 C675    
3 Langford, Dave. (1995). Human resources management in construction. Harlow, Essex : Longman Scientific & Technical.  Not available  
4 Harris, F. & McCaffer, R. (2001). Modern construction management. (5th ed). London : Blackwell.  HD9715 A2 H35 1983  ;   
5 Katzenbach, J. R. & Smith, D. K. (2003). The wisdom of teams : creating the high-performance organization. New York : HarperBusiness Essentials.  HD66 K384    

 

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CE70.11 Project Cost and Financial Management Instructor(s) :     Djoen San Santoso
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Blank, L. & Tarquin, A. (2000). Engineering economy. (5th ed.) New York : McGraw Hill.  TA177.4 B58 2002    
2 Blank, L. & Tarquin, A. (2000). Engineering economy. (5th ed.). New York : McGraw Hill.  TH435 P47 1958; TH435 P47 1975; TH435 P47 1989      
3 Damordaran, A. (1996). Investment valuation : tools and techniques for determining the value of any assets. (University ed.). New York :  John Wiley and Sons.  HG4028 V3 D353    
4 Harris, F. & McCaffer, R. (2001). Modern construction management. (5th ed.) London : Blackwell.  HD9715 A2 H35 1983  
5 Thuessen, J. G. & Fabrycky, W. J. (2001). Engineering economy. Englewood Cliff, N.J. : Prentice Hall. TA177.4 T47 2001   
6 Halpin, D. W. (1985). Financial and cost concepts for construction. New York : John Wiley & Sons TH435 H35    

 

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CE70.13 Research Methodology in the Built Environment Instructor(s) :       Bonaventura H.W. Hadikusumo
Djoen San Santoso
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Cooper, D. R. & Schindler, P. S. (2002). Business research methods. (8th ed.) Boston: McGraw Hill. HD30.4 C667 2001    
2 Holt, G. (1998). A guide to successful dissertation study for students of the built environment. (2nd ed.) Unversity of Wolverhampton. Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Design and Manufacturing Engineering 
AT73.02 Advanced Manufacturing Process Instructor(s) :     Djoen San Santoso
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Kalpakjian, S. (1995).  Manufacturing engineering and technology. (3rd ed.). Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley. TS176 K34 1995  ;  TS176 K34 2010 (UG Coll.)  
2 Groover, M.P. (2002). Fundamentals of modern manufacturing. (2nd ed.) New Delhi : Wiley - India.  TS183 G78 2002a  (UG SL)  
3 Middleman, S. (1997). Fundamentals of polymer processing. New York : McGraw-Hill. Not available  
4 Menges, G. & Mohren, P. (1993).  How to make injection molds. (2nd ed.) Hanser. Not available  
5 Budinski, K.G. & Budinski, M.K. (2002). Engineering materials : properties and selection. (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.  TA403 B787 2010i  (UG Coll.)  

 

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AT73.16 CAE&CAM for Product Development Instructor(s) :     Erik L. J. Bohez
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Lee, K. (1999). Principles of CAD/CAM/CAE. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley. Not available  
2 Zienkiewicz, O.C., Taylor, R. L. (2000). The finite element method : volume 1 : the basis. (5th ed.). Oxford :  Butterworth-Heinemann. Not available  
3 Zienkiewicz, O.C., Taylor, R. L. (2000). The finite element method : volume 2 : solid mechanics. (5th ed.). Oxford :  Butterworth-Heinemann.  Not available  
4 Zienkiewicz, O.C., Taylor, R. L. (2000). The finite element method : volume 3 : fluid dynamics. (5th ed.). Oxford :  Butterworth-Heinemann.  Not available  
5 Raphael, B. & Smith, I. F. C. (2003). Fundamentals of computer aided engineering. John Wiley. Not available  
6 Zeid, I. (1991). CAD/CAM theory and practice. New York :  McGraw-Hill. Not available  

 

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AT73.05 Eco-Design and Manufacturing System Instructor(s) :     Erik L. J. Bohez
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Wenzel, H., Hausschild, M. & Alting, L. (1997). Environmental assessment of products :  vol. 1 : methodology, tools and case studies in product development. London : Chapman & Hall. Not available  
2 Shey, J. A. (2000). Introduction to manufacturing processes. Boston, MA : McGraw-Hill. TS183 S33 2000    
3 Jacobs, J.A. & Kilduff, T. F. (1997).  Engineering materials technology, structures, processing, properties & selection. (3rd ed.)  Upper Saddle River, N.J. :  Prentice-Hall International. Not available  
4 Budinski, K.G., Budinski, M.K. (1999).  Engineering materials properties and selection. (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J. :  Prentice Hall International. TA403 B787 2010i  (UG SL)  
5 Selke, S. E. M. (1994). Packaging and the environment, alternatives, trends, and solutions. Lancaster, PA : Technomic Pub.. Not available  
6 Computers & Industrial Engineering (1999); Vol. 36(4), Special Issue on Operational Issues in  nvironmentally Conscious Manufacturing.  Journal  

 

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AT73.03 Engineering Metrology Instructor(s) :     Pisut Koomsap
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Gasvik , K.J. (2002). Optical metrology. (3rd ed.). Chichester : John Wiley & Sons. Not available Link 
2 Harlow, R.H., Busch, Dotson, C.. Fundamentals of dimensional metrology. (4th ed).  Not available  
3 G. M. S. de Silva. Basic Metrology for ISO 9000 certification. Not available  
4 Figliola, R.S. & Beasley. D. E. (2011). Theory and design for mechanical measurements. (5th ed.). John Wiley & Sons.  Not available Link
5 Hetch, E. & Zajac, A. (1973). Optics. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley Pub. QC355.2 H42  (Yang Coll.)  
6 Hariharan, P. (1992). Basic of interferometry. San Diego : Academic Press. Not available  
7 Steel, W.H. (1983). Interferometry. (2nd ed.). New York : Cambridge University Press. Not available  
8 Zeid, I. (1991). CAD/CAM theory and practice. New York :  McGraw-Hill. Not available  

 

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AT73.07 Industrial Packaging Design and Technology Instructor(s) :     Erik L. J. Bohez
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Hanlon, J.F., Kelsey, R.J. & Forcinio, H.E. (1998). Handbook of package engineering. Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press.  TS195 H35 1998    
2 Lee, N. C. (ed.). (1990). Plastic blow molding handbook. New York :  Chapman & Hall. Not available  
3 Brody, A.L. & Marsh, K.S. (eds). (1997). The wiley encyclopedia of packaging technology. New York : John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Not available  
4 Roth, L. & Wybenga, G. L. (1991). The packaging designer’s book of patterns. New York : John Wiley. Not available  
5 Bessen, A. H. (). Design and production of corrugated packaging and displays, plainview. New York : Jelmar Publishing Co., Inc. Not available  
6 Wenzel, H., Hausschild, M. & Altiny, L. (1997). Environmental assessment of products : vol. 1 m ethodology, tools and case studies in product development. London : Chapman & Hall Not available  

 

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AT73.14 Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Instructor(s) :   Pisut Koomsap
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Chua, K F Leong, & C.S. Lim. (2003).  Rapid prototyping : principles and applications. (2nd ed.).  World Scientific. Not available  
2 K.G. Cooper. (2001). Rapid prototyping technology : selection and application.  Marcel Dekker. Not available  
3 Hilton, P. D. & Jacobs, P.F. (2000).  Rapid tooling : technologies and industrial applications. New York : Marcel Dekker. Not available Link
4 Steen, W.M. (1998). Laser material processing. (2nd ed.) Springer. Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Geotechnical and Earth Resources Engineering 
CE71.13 Advanced Soil Mechanics and Testings Instructor(s) :  Tian Ho Seah
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Aysen, A. (2005). Soil mechanics : basic concepts and engineering applications. London : Taylor & Francis.  TA710 A98    
2 Shroft, A.V. & Shah, D.L. (2003). Soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering. Lisse :  A.A. Balkema.   TA710 S535  
3 Mc Carthy, D.F. (2002). Essentials of soil mechanics and foundations : basic geotechnics. New Jersy :  Prentice Hall. TA710 M29 2007    
4 Powrie, W. (2002). Soil mechanics. (2nd ed.). Spon Press. Not available  
5 Whitlow, R. (2001). Basic soil mechanics. (4th ed.) Harlow, England. : Pearson Prentice Hall. TA710 W46 2001 (UG Coll.)  
6 Budhu, M. (2000).  Soil mechanics and foundations. New York :  John Wiley and Sons.  TA710 B765    
7 Coduto, D. (1999). Geotechnical engineering. Prentice Hall. Not available  
8 Parry, C. (1999). Mohr circles, stress paths, and geotechnics. London : Spon Press. Not available Link
9 Das, B.M. (1998). Advanced soil mechanics. London :  Spon Press. Not available Link
10 Terzaghi, K., Peck, R.B. & Mesri, G. (1996). Soil mechanics in engineering practice. New York : John Wiley and Sons. Not available  
11 Atkinson, J.H., (1993). Mechanics of soil and foundations. London : McGraw-Hill. Not available  
12 Atkinson, J.H. and Bransby, P.L. (1982).The mechanics of soils : an introduction to critical state soil mechanics. Maidenhead, Berkshire : McGraw-Hill.  Not available  
13 Head, K.H. (1980). Manual of soil laboratory testing : volume 3 triaxial test. London :  Pentech Press. TA710.5 H4    
14 Bowles, J.E. (1975). Engineering properties of soils and their measurements. New York : Mc Graw – Hill Co.  TA710.5 B67 1978a ; TA710.5 B67 1978; TA710.5 B67 1986; TA710.5 B67 1992  

 

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CE71.41 Analytical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering Instructor(s) :     Pornpot Tanseng
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Karasudhi, P. (1991). Foundations of solid mechanics. Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Pub. Not available  
2 Chen, W.F. & Mizuno, E. (1990). Nonlinear analysis in soil mechanics. Amsterdam :  Elsevier. TA710 D4 v. 53    
3 Yu, H.S. (2000). Cavity expansion methods in geomechanics. Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Publishers.  Not available  
4 Davis, R.O., Selvadurai, A.P.S. (1996). Elasticity and geomechanics. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. TA705 D3    
5 Budhu, M. (2000). Soil mechanics & foundations. New York : John Wiley & Sons. TA710 B765    

 

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CE71.71 Drilling & Well Completion Operation Instructor(s) :     Noppadol Phien-wej
Sarunphong Articharte
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Fjaer E., Holt, R.M., Horsrud, P., Raaen, A. M. & Risnes, R. (1992). Petroleum-related rock mechanics.  Amsterdam : Elsevier. TN870.5 P4787   Link 2nd ed.
2 Rabia, R. (1985). Oilwell drilling engineering : principle & practice. Graham & Trotman Pub.  Not available  
3 Devereux, S.  (1998). Practical well planning and drilling manual. PennWell Pub.  Not available  
4 Economides, M.J., Watters, L. T. & Dunn-Norman, S. (2000). Petroleum well costruction. John Wiley & Sons.  Not available  
5 Ott, W. K. & Woods, J. D.  (2001). World oil’s modern sandface completion. Practices Handbooks.  Not available  
CE71.31 Engineering Geology Instructor(s) :     Pham Huy Giao
Noppadol Phien-wej
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Waltham, A.C. (1994).
Fundamental of engineering geology. Blackie Academics and Professional.
Not available  
2 Bell, F.G. (2004). Engineering geology and construction. London : Spon Press. Not available  
3 Bell, F.G. …(ed.). (1992). Engineering in rock masses. Oxford : Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd. TA706 E56  
4 Blyth F. G. H. & de Freitas, M. H. (1974). A geology for engineers. (6th ed.) London :  Edward Arnold.
Not available  
5 Goodman, R.E. (1993). Engineering geology : rock in engineering construction. New York : John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Not available  
6 Griffiths, D. H. & King, R. F. (1981).
Applied geophysics for geologists and engineers : the elements of geophysical prospecting. (2nd ed.) Oxford : Pergamon Press.
 TN269 G733 1981    
7 Hunt, R. E. (1984). Geotechnical engineering investigation manual. New York : McGraw Hill. TA705 H86    
8 Fell, R., McGregor, P. & Stapledon, D. (1992). Geotechnical engineering of embankment dams. Balkema, Rotterdam. Ref.  TA705 H86    
9 Lutgens, F. K. & Tarbuck, E. J. (2000). Essentials of geology. (7th ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall. QE26.3 L87 2003 ;  QE26.3 L87 2006     
10 Hamblin, W.K. and Howard, J.D. (2001). Exercises In Physical Geology (11th Ed.), Printice Hall, 297 p Not available  
11 Parriaux, A. (2009). Geology : basics for engineers. CRP Press, Taylor Francis Group Not available  
12 Smith, M.R. & Collis, L. .. (eds). (1993). Aggregates : sand, gravel and crushed rock aggregates for construction purposes. (2nd ed.). London : Geological Society Publishing House. (Geological Society Engineering Geology Special Publication ; No. 9) Not available  
13 Turner, A.K. & Schuster, R.L. (eds). (1996). Landslides : investigation and mitigation. Washington, D. C. : National Academy Press. (Transportation research Board Special Report ; 247) Not available  

 

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CE71.69 Fundamentals of Geosystem Exploration Instructor(s) :     Pham Huy Giao
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Cook, M. & Graham, M. (2003). "Hydrocarbon exploration and production".  Development in Petroleum Science.  vol. 46 Elsevier. Not available  
2 Lutgens, F. K.& Tarbuck, E. J. (2000). Essentials of geology. (7th ed.). Upper Saddle Reiver, N.J. : Prentice Hall. QE26.3 L87 2003 ;  QE26.3 L87 2006     
3 Beardsmore, G. R.& Cull, J. P. (2001). Crustal heat flow : a guide to measurement and modelling. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. Not available  
4 Bethke, C. M.,  Ming-Kuo, L. & Jungho, P.  (2002). Basin modeling with basin 2TM : release 5.0. University of Illinois Not available  
5 Burger, H. R. (1992). Exploration geophysics of the shallow subsurface. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall.  TN269 B86    
6 Deming, D. (2002). Introduction to hydrogeology. McGraw Hill.
Not available  
7 Dobrin, Milton B. (1983). Introduction to geophysical prospecting. (3rd ed.). New York :  McGraw Hill.   TN269 D6 1960    
8 Earnst, W. G. (2000). Earth systems : processes and issues.  Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press.  Not available  
9 Link, P. K. (1987). Basic petroleum geology. Tulsa, Okla. : OGCI Pub. (OGCI Publications) TN870.5 L49 1987    
10 Hantschel, T.  &  Kauerauf, A. I. (2009). Fundamenta is of basin and petroleum systems modelling. Springer. Not available  
11 Megill,  R. E. (1979). An introduction to exploration economics. (2nd). Tulsa, Oklahoma : The Petroleum Publishing Company. Not available  
12 Reedman,  J. H. (1979). Techniques in mineral exploration.   London : Applied Science Publishers Ltd.  Not available  
13 Siddayao,  C. M. (1978).  The offshore petroleum resources of South-East Asia, potential conflict situations and related economic considerations. Kuala Lumpur, Oxford University Press. Not available  

 

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CE71.66 Petroleum Reservoir Engineering Instructor(s) :     Suwat Athichanagorn
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Dake, L.P. (1978). Fundamental of reservoir engineering. Elsevier.
Not available  
2 Craft, B.C. & Hawkins, M. (1991).     Applied petroleum reservoir engineering.    Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall.   Not available  

 

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CE71.12 Rock Mechanics Instructor(s) :     Noppadol Phien-wej
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Hudson, J. A. (1989). Rock mechanics principles in engineering practice.  Boston : Butterworths. TA706 H83    
2 Goodman, R. E. (1989). Introduction to rock mechanics. (2nd ed). New York : John Wiley & Sons.
TA706 G65 1989  
3 Hoek, E. (2000). Rock engineering-course notes.  Available for free downloading from www.rockscience.com  Not available Link
4 Brady, B. H. G. & Brown, E. T. (1993).  Rock mechanics for underground mining. (2nd ed.) Chapman & Hall. TA706 B73 1993 ; TA706 B73     Link
5 Hudson, J. A. (ed). (1993). Comprehensive rock engineering : principles, practice & project. vols. 1-5. New York :  Pergamon Press. TA706 C642   
6 Vutukuri, V. S., Lama, R. D. &  Saluja, S. S. (1974). Handbook on mechanical properties of rocks. vols. 1-4.  Trans. Bay Village : Trans Tech Publications. TA706 V8   
7 Fjaer, Erling. (1992). Petroleum related rock mechnaics. Amsterdam : Elsevier TN870.5 P4787    
8 Thiel, K. (1989). Rock mechnanics in hydroengineering. Development in Geotechnical Engineering, 51, Elevier. Not available  
9 Zhang, L. (2004). Drill shafts in rocks : analysis and design. Taylor and Francis Group. Not available  
10 Wyllie, D.C. & Mah, C.W. (2004).
Rock slope engineering-civil and mining. London : Spons Press. 
TA706 W98 2004    
11 Hoek, E. & Bray, J. (1981). Rock slope engineering. London : The Institution of Mining and Metallurgy. TA706 H62 1981    

 

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CE71.68 Well Logging Interpretation Instructor(s) :     Pham Huy Giao
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Darling, T. (2005). Well logging and formation evaluation.  Gulf Publishing Company,  Not available  
2 Schlumberger Limited. (1996). Log interpretation  principles and applications. Houston, Texas : Schlumberge Wireline & Testing.  TN871.35 S35 (1972)  
3 Ellis, D. V. (1987). Well logging for earth scientists.  New York :  Elsevier.  Not available Link
4 Merkel, R.H. (1986). Well log formation evaluation.  S. l.: AAPG. TN871.35 M47 (1979a)  
5 Pirson, S. J. (1983). Geologic well log analysis. (3rd ed.). Houston, Texas :  Gulf Publishing Company. TN871.35 P48 1983; TN871.35 P48  (1970)   
6 Schlumberger Limited. (1997). Log interpretation charts. Houston, Texas :  Schlumberger Wireline & Testing. Not available  
7 Software : grapher, interactive petrophysics (IP). Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Industrial Engineering & Management 
AT72.01 Deterministic Optimization Models Instructor(s) :     Pham Huy Giao
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Winston, W. L. (2004). Operations research applications and algorithms. (4th ed.)  Belmont, CA : Thomson/Brooks/Cole. T57.6 W645 2004 Link 
2 Hillier, F.S. & Lieberman, G. J. (2005). Introduction to operations research. (8th ed.) New York : McGraw-Hill. T57.6 H53 2010i   Link (7th ed)
3 Murty, K. G. (1995). Operations research deterministic optimization models. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall. T57.74 M88  
4 Rardin, R. L. (1998). Optimization in operations research. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall. Not available  
5 Taha, H. A. (2006). Operations research : an introduction. (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.  T57.6 T3 2011i  (UG Coll.) ; T57.6 T3 2003  ; T57.6 T3 1992  ; T57.6 T3 1982   Link
6 Williams, H. P. (1999). Model building in mathematical programming. (4th ed.) Chichester :  John Wiley & Sons. Not available  
7 Wolsey, L.A. (1998). Integer programming. New York : Wiley.  T57.74 W67    

 

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AT72.02 Production and Operations Management Instructor(s) :     Voratas Kachitvichyanukul
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Hopp, W.J. & Spearman, M. L. (2000). Factory physics : foundations of manufacturing management. (2nd ed.). Boston, MA : Irwin/McGraw-Hill. TS155 H679 2000    
2 Nahmias, S. (1993). Production and operation analysis. Homewood, Ill. : Irwin.  TS155 N112 1993; TS155 N112 1997 ;  TS155 N112    
3 Peterson, R. & Silver, E. A. (1985).  Decision systems for inventory management and production planning. New York : John Wiley. HD55 P44 1985 ; HD55 P44   (1979)  
4 Tersine, R. J. (1985). Production/ opertions management : concepts, structure, and analysis. (2nd ed.).  New York :  North-Holland. Not available  

 

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AT72.05 Quality Control and Management Instructor(s) :     Huynh Trung Luong
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Montgomery, D. C. (2008).  Introduction to statistical quality control. New York :  John Wiley & Sons. TS156 M64 2001;  TS156 M64 1991;      TS156 M64   Link (6th ed)
2 Banks, J. (1989). Principles of quality control. New York :  John Wiley & Sons. TS156 B363   
3 Duncan, A. J. (1986). Quality control and industrial statistics. Homewood, Ill. :  Irwin. TS156 Q3 D8 1986  ; TS156 Q3 D8 (1965)  
4 Evans, J. R. & Lindsay, W. M. (1993).  The management and control of quality.  West Publishing.  TS156 E93 2002 ; TS156 E93 2005    
5 Grant, E.L. & Leavenworth, S. L. (1996). Statistical quality control.(7th ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill.  TS156 G7 1996  
6 Juran, J. M. (2000). Juran’s quality handbook. New York :  McGraw-Hill. Not available Link 5th ed
7 Juran,  J.M. & Gryna, F. M. (1993).  Quality planning and analysis : from product development through use. New York :  McGraw-Hill. TS156 J86 1993    
8 Pyzdek, T. (2003).  The Six sigma hanbook : a complete guide for green belts, black belts, and managers at all levels. (Rev. and expanded ed.) New York :   McGraw-Hill. Not available Link
9 Ross, P. J. (1988). Taguchi techniques for quality engineering : loss function, orthogonal experiments, parameter and tolerance design. New York :  McGraw-Hill. TS156 R67    
10 Taguchi, G. (1986). Introduction to quality engineering : designing quality into products and processes. Tokyo :  Asian Productivity Organization. Not available  
11 Wadsworth, H. M. (2002). Modern methods for quality control and improvement. New York :  John Wiley & Sons.  TS156 W25 2001    

 

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AT72.9010 Selected Topic: ISE Seminar Instructor(s) :       Huynh Trung Luong
Pisut Koomsap
Voratas Kachitvichyanukul
Erik L. J. Bohez
Mongkol Ekpanyapong
Manukid Parnichkun
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AT72.03 Statistical Models and Design of Experiments Instructor(s) :       Huynh Trung Luong
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Montgomery, D. C. (2009). Design and analysis of experiments. Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley. QA279 M66 2009 ; QA279 M66 2005i ; QA279 M66 2001 ; QA279 M66 1991   
2 Taguchi, G.,  Chowdhury, S. & Wu, Y. (2005). Taguchi quality engineering handbook. New York :  John Wiley & Sons. Not available  
3 Berger, P. D. (2002). Experimental design. Belmont, CA :  Duxbury Thomson Learning. QA279 B467    
4 DeGroot, M.J. Scherrvish. (2002). Probability and statistics. Addison Wesley. Not available Link 
5 Taguchi, G. (2000). Robust engineering. New York : McGraw-Hill. TS156 T335    
6 Cochran, W.G. (1999). Sampling techniques. John Wiley & Sons.
QA276.6 C6 1977 ; QA276.6 C6  (1953);  QA276.6 C6  (1963)  

 

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Field of Study: Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering 
AT78.30 Maintenance Management Instructor(s) :       Athakorn Kengpol
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Jardine, A. K. S. (2005). Maintenance, replacement, and reliability. New York :  Marcel Dekker Inc. TS192 J37  
2 Dhillon, B. S.  (2002). Engineering maintenance : a modern approach. Boca Raton : CRC Presss. Not available Link
3 Campbell, J. D. & A.K.S. Jardine. (2001). Maintenance excellence. New York : Marcel Dekker Inc. TS176 M336    
4 Ebeling, C. E. (2005). An introduction to reliability and maintainability engineering. New York : Waveland Pr Inc. TA169 E24    
5 Jardine, A K. S. (ed.). (1987).  Operational research in maintenance : (papers presented at the Symposium on Operational Research in Maintenance held at Strathclyde University, December 1968). Mancester : Manchester University Press. TS192 S98 1968    
6 Mann, L. Jr. (1983). Maintenance management. (Rev. ed.). Lexington, Mass. :  Lexington Books. TS192 M38 1982    

 

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AT78.25 Simulation Modeling Instructor(s) :         Voratas Kachitvichyanukul
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Kelton, W. D., Sadowski, R. P. & Sadowski, D. A. (2006). Simulation with ARENA. (4th ed.). New York :  McGraw-Hill. QA76.9 C65 K45 2007    
2 Nelson, B. L. (2003).  Stochastic modeling : analysis and simulation. New York : McGraw-Hill. QA274 N46    
3 Law, A. M. & Kelton, W. D. (2001).  Simulation modeling and analysis. New York :  McGraw-Hill. Not available  

 

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AT78.31 Statistical Quality Control Instructor(s) :           Huynh Trung Luong
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Montgomery, D. C. (2008).  Introduction to statistical quality control. New York :  John Wiley & Sons. TS156 M64 2001;  TS156 M64 1991;      TS156 M64   Link 
2 Banks, J. (1989). Principles of quality control. New York :  John Wiley & Sons. TS156 B363   
3 Duncan, A. J. (1986). Quality control and industrial statistics. Homewood, Ill. :  Irwin. TS156 Q3 D8 1986  ; TS156 Q3 D8 (1965)  
4 Evans, J. R. & Lindsay, W. M. (1993).  The management and control of quality.  West Publishing.  TS156 E93 2002 ; TS156 E93 2005    
5 Grant, E.L. & Leavenworth, S. L. (1996). Statistical quality control.(7th ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill.  TS156 G7 1996  
6 Juran, J. M. (2000). Juran’s quality handbook. New York :  McGraw-Hill. Not available Link
7 Juran,  J.M. & Gryna, F. M. (1993).  Quality planning and analysis : from product development through use. New York :  McGraw-Hill. TS156 J86 1993    
8 Pyzdek, T. (2003).  The Six sigma hanbook :  a complete guide for green belts, black belts, and managers at all levels. (Rev. and expanded ed.) New York :   McGraw-Hill. Not available Link 
9 Ross, P. J. (1988). Taguchi techniques for quality engineering : loss function, orthogonal experiments, parameter and tolerance design. New York :  McGraw-Hill. TS156 R67    
10 Taguchi, G. (1986). Introduction to quality engineeringL : designing quality into products and processes. Tokyo :  Asian Productivity Organization. Not available  
11 Wadsworth, H. M. (2002). Modern methods for quality control and improvement. New York :  John Wiley & Sons.  TS156 W25 2001    

 

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AT78.28 Supply Chain Management Instructor(s) :             Huynh Trung Luong
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Simchi-Levi, D., Kaminsky, P. & Simchi-Levi, E. (2008). Designing and managing the supply chain. (3rd ed.). Boston : McGraw-Hill.  HF5415.7 S425 2003    
2 Chopra, S. & Meindl, P. (2007).  Supply chain management. (3rd ed). Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson-Prentice Hall. HF5415.13 C533 2004i  ; HF5415.13 C533 2010; HF5415.13 C533 2010g  ;   
3 Bowersox, D.J.,  Closs, D.J. & Cooper, M. B. (2007). Supply chain logistics management. (2nd ed.). New York :  McGraw-Hill. HD38.5 B697 2007    
4 Blanchard, B. S. (2004). Logistics engineering and management. (6th ed). Englewood Cliffs, N.J. :  Pearson-Prentice Hall.  TA168 B57 1992; TA168 B57 1986     
5 de Kok, A.G., Graves, S. C. (2003). Supply chain management : design, coordination and operation. Amsterdam : North-Holland/Elsevier. (Handbooks in operations research and management science, Vol 11- ) HD39.5 S873    

 

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Field of Study: Information & Communications Technologies 
AT80.01 Information and Communication Technology Applications: Users and Producers Instructor(s) :             Teerawat Issariyakul
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Ayres, R. (1999). The Essence of professional issues in computing. London , UK : Prentice Hall.  Not available  
2 Korhonen, T. O. & Ainamo, A.  (eds.). (2003). Handbook of product and service development in communication and information technology. Boston , MA : Kluwer Academic Publishers. Not available  
3 Maheu, M., Whitten, P. & Allen, A. (2001). E-health, telehealth, and telemedicine. San Francisco , CA : Jossey-Bass. Not available  
4 Malkia, M., Anttiroiko, A-V & Savolainen, R.  (eds.). (2004). eTransformation in governance. Hershey. PA : Idea Group Pub. Not available  
5 Salmon, G. (2002). E-tivities : the key to active online learning. London , UK : Kogan Page.  Not available Link
6 Song, G-S. (2003). The impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on rural households. Frankfurt , Germany : Peter Lang GmbH.  Not available  
7 Tschang, T. & Senta, T. D.  (eds.). (2001). Access to knowledge : new information technologies and the emergence of the virtual university. Amsterdam , The Netherlands : Elsevier Science. Not available  
8 Vredeburg, K., Isensee, S. & Righi, C. (2002). User-centered design : an integrated approach. Upper Saddle River , NJ : Prentice Hall PTR. Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Information Management 
AT71.01 Database Design Instructor(s) :               Chutiporn Anutariya
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Lewis, P.M., Bernstein, A. &  Kife, M. (2002). Databases and Transaction Processing. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Education International. QA76.9 D3 L485 2003 (UG Coll.)  
2 Date, C.J. (1999). An introduction of database systems. (7th ed.).  Addison-Wesley. Not available  
3 Ramakrishnan, R. (2002). Database management systems. (3rd ed.) New York : McGraw-Hill. Not available Link 3rd ed.
4 Riccardi, G. (2001). Principles of database systems with internet and Java applications. Boston, MA : Addison-Wesley. QA76.9 D3 R52    
5 Rob, P. & Coronel, C. (2000). Database systems : design, implementation and management. (4th ed.). Cambridge, MA :  Course Technology. QA76.9 D26 R62 2000  Link 9th ed.
6 Teorey, T.J. (1998). Database modeling and design.(3rd ed.).  Amsterdam : Morgan Kaufmann.  Not available Link 4th ed.
7 Ullman, J.D. & Widom, J. (1997). A first course in database systems.  Prentice Hall.
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AT71.03 E-Business Development and Technology Instructor(s) :                 Vatcharaporn Esichaikul
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Laudon, K. C. & Traver, C. G. (2009). E-commerce : business, technology, and society. Pearson. Not available  
2 Schneider, G. P. (2009). E-business. (8th ed.). Course Technology. Not available  
3 Turban, E., Lee, J., King, D., McKay, J. & Marshall, P. (2008). Electronic commerce 2008 : : a managerial perspective. (5th ed.). Prentice Hall. In process  

 

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AT71.07 Information Retrieval and Data Mining Instructor(s) :                 Sumanta Guha
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Han &Kamber, M.  (2006). Data mining : concepts and techniques. (2nd ed). Morgan Kaufmann. Not available  
2 Manning, Raghavan, P. & Schutze, H. (2009). An introduction to information retrieval. Cambridge University Press. Not available Link
3 Berry, M.J.A. & Linoff, G. (1997). Data mining techniques : for marketing, sales, and customer relationship management. New York : Wiley. Not available  
4 Witten & Frank, E.  (2001). Data mining : practical machine learning tools and techniques. Morgan Kaufmann. Not available Link
5 Soukup and I. Davidson (2002). Visual data mining : techniques and tools for data visualization and mining. Wiley. Not available  
6 Tan, P-N,  Steinbach, M. & Kumar, V.  (2005). Introduction to data mining. Addison-Wesley. Not available  
7 P.D. T. Larose (2006). Data mining methods and models. Wiley. Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Mechatronics 
AT74.02 Control Theory Instructor(s) :                   Manukid Parnichkun
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Afanasev, V.N., Kolmanovskii, V. B. & Nosov, V. R. (1996). Mathematical theory of control systems design. Dordrecht :  Kluwer Academic. QA402.3 A37  
2 Brogan, W. L. (1991). Modern control theory. (3rd ed.).  Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall. QA402.3 B76 1991  
3 D'Azzo, J. J. & Houpis, C. H. (1995).  Linear control system analysis and design.  New York : McGraw-Hill. TJ213 D33 1995 With MATLAB Link 
4 Dorf, R. C. (1995). Time-domain analysis and design of control systems. Reading, MA : Addison-Wesley. Not available  
5 Friedland, B. (1987). Control system design : an introduction to state-space methods. New York : McGraw Hill. Not available  
6 Palm III, William J. (1986). Control systems engineering. New York :  Wiley. Not available  
7 Shahian, Bahram & Hassul, M. (1993). Control system design using MATLAB. Englewood Cliffs, NJ :  Prentice Hall. TJ213 S424    
8 Shinners, S.M. (1972). Modern control system theory and application. Reading, Mass.  Addison-Wesley. TJ213 S45544 ;  TJ213 S45544 1978  
9 Vaccaro, R. J. (1995). Digital control : a state-space approach. New York : McGraw-Hill.  QA76.5 V33  
10 Wolovich, W. A. (994). Automatic control systems : basic analysis and design. Fort Worth : Harcourt Brace College. Not available  

 

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AT74.04 Digital and Analog Circuit Design Instructor(s) :                   Manukid Parnichkun
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Schilling, C. Belove. (1989). Electronic circuits : discrete and integrated. New York :  McGraw-Hill.    
2 Jaeger, R. C. & Blalock, T. (2007). Microelectronic circuit design. (3rd ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill. TK7874 J333 2003; TK7874 J333 2008   Link
3 Allison, J. (1990). Electronic engineering semiconductors and devices. New York :  McGraw-Hill. TK7871 A44 1990  
4 Boylestad, R. & Nashelsky, L. (2005).  Electronic devices and circuit theory. (9th ed.). New York : Prentice-Hall.   Link 7th ed.
5 Brophy, J.J. (1990). Basic electronics for scientists. New York : McGraw-Hill.  TK7815 B74 1990    
6 Cathey, J. J. (1990). 2000 solved problems in electronics. New York :  McGraw-Hill. (Schaum's solved problems series) TK7862 C37    
7 Chen, W-K. (1986). Passive and active filters : theory and implementations. New York : Wiley. TK7872 F5 C469  
8 Dorf, R. C. & Svoboda, J. A. (2006). Introduction to electric circuits. (7th ed.) New York : John Wiley. TK454 D67   Link 9th ed.
9 Gray, P. R., Hurst, P. J., Lewis, S. H. &  Meyer, R. G. (2009). Analysis and design of analog integrated circuits. (5th ed.). Danver, MA :  Wiley. TK7874 A588 2010 (UG Coll.) Link
10 Millman, J. & Grabel, A. (1987). Microelectronics. New York :  McGraw-Hill.    
11 Sedra, A. S. & Smith, K.C. (2003).  Microelectronic circuits. (5th ed.) New York : Oxford University Press.    
12 Waters, A. (1991).  Active filter design. New York :  McGraw-Hill. TK7872 F5 W38    

 

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AT74.01 Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms and Robots Instructor(s) : Erik L. J. Bohez
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Bradly, D.A., Dawson, D.,  Bcerd, N. C. & Loader, A.J. (1994). Mechatronics : electronics in products and processes. London : Chapman & Hall.  TJ163.12 M43 1993a    
2 Chironis, N. P.  & Sclater, N. (ed.). (1996). Mechanisms and mechanical devices sourcebook. New York :  McGraw Hill.   Link 4th ed.
3 Cowie, A. (1961). Kinematics and design of mechanisms. Scranton, PA : International Text Book Company.    
4 Hunt, K. H. (1978). Kinematic geometry of mechatronism. Oxford :  Oxford University Press.    
5 Mabie, H. H. & Reinholtz, C. F. (1987). Mechanisms and dynamics of machinery. New York : John Wiley.    
6 Shigley, J. E. & Uicker, J. J. (1995).  Theory of machinery and mechanisms. New York :  McGraw Hill.  TJ145 S54 1995    
7 Craig, J. J. (1989). Introduction to robotics, mechatronics and control.  Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley.    
8 Mckerrow, P. J. (1995). Introduction to robotics. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley Pub. TJ211 M4184    
9 Sciavicco, L. & Siciliano, B. (1996).  Modelling and control of robot manipulators. New York : McGraw-Hill. TJ211.35 S43 2000d    
10 Stadler, W. (1995). Analytical robotics and mechatronics. New York : McGraw Hill Inc.    

 

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AT74.9012 Selected Topic: Advanced Bio and Medical Engineering Instructor(s) :  Masashi Shimizu
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AT74.03 Sensing and Actuation Instructor(s) :                   Manukid Parnichkun
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Brindley, K. (1989). Sensors and transducers. London :  Heinemann Newnes.    
2 Dally, J. W.,  Riley, W. F. & Mcconnell, K.G. (1993).  Instrumentation for engineering measurements. (2nd ed). John Wiley & Sons Inc. TA165 D34 1993  
3 Doebelin, E. O. (1998). Measurement systems application and design. (4th ed.). New York :  McGraw-Hill. QC100.5 D63 1990;  QC100.5 D63 1983      
4 Hauptmann, P. (1993). Sensors, principles & application. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall.    
5 Jones, J. L., Flynn, A. M. & Seiger, B. A. (1999). Mobile robots, inspiration to implementation. Natick, Mass. : AK Peters.    
6 Klafter, R. D., Chmielewski, T.A. & Negin, M. (1989).  Robotic engineering :  an integrated approach. New Delhi :  Prentice-Hall  of India Private Ltd. TJ211.4 K53    
7 Koren, Y. (1987). Robotics for engineers. New York :  McGraw-Hill. TJ211 K66  (1985)  
8 Stadler, W. (1995). Analytical robotics and mechatronics. New York : McGraw-Hill.    

 

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Field of Study: Microelectronics and Embedded Systems 
AT81.05 Analog Integrated Circuit Design Instructor(s) :                   Manukid Parnichkun
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Behzad, B. (2001). Design of analog CMOS integrated circuit. Boston, MA : McGraw-Hill.   Link
2 Allen, P. E. & Holberg, D. R. (2002).
CMOS analog circuit design. (2nd ed). Oxford : Oxford university Press.
   
3 Johns, D. & Martins, K. W. (1997).
Analog integrated circuit design. New York : John Wiley.
TK7874 J65    
4 Gray, P.R., Hurst,  P. J.,  Lewis, S. H. & Meyers,  R.G. (2009). Analysis and design of analog integrated circuits. (5th ed.). Danvers, MA : John Wiley & Sons. TK7874 A588 2010 ; K7874 A588 1993 : K7874 A588 1984  
5 Laker, K.R. & Sansen, W. M.C. (1994). Design of analog integrated circuits and systems. New York :  McGraw-Hill.    

 

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AT81.15 Embedded Systems Architecture Instructor(s) :                     Mongkol Ekpanyapong
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Wolf, W. (2006). Performance embedded computing : architectures, applications, and methodologies. Elsevier Science & Technology Books.    
2 Vahid, F. & Givargis, T. D. (2002).  Embedded system design : a unified hardware/software introduction. New York : Wiley.    
3 Marwedel, P. (2005). Embedded system design. Springer.    
4 Noergarrd, (2005). Embedded systems architecture : a comprehensive guide for engineers and programmers. Elsevier Science & Technology Books.    

 

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AT81.01 Microelectronics Fabrication Technology Instructor(s) :                     A: 
Chanchana Thanachayanont

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Campbell, Stephen A. (2001). The science and engineering of microelectronics fabrication. (2nd ed.). New York : Oxford University Press. TK7871.85 C25 2001    
2 Campbell, S. A. (2007). Fabrication engineering at the micro and nanoscale. New York :  Oxford University Press. TK7871.85 C25 2008    
3 Jaeger, R. C. (2001). Introduction to microelectronics fabrication. (2nd ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall. TK7874 J33 2002    
4 Zant, (2000). Microchip fabrication : a practical guide to semiconductor processing. (3rd ed.) Semiconductor Services.
   
5 Madou, M. J. (2002). Fundamentals of microfabrication : the science of miniaturization. (2nd ed.). Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press. TK7836 M33 2002    

 

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Field of Study: Nanotechnology 
AT79.13 Advanced Seminars in Nanotechnology Instructor(s) :                     A: Gabriel Louis Hornyak

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AT79.12 Characterization Tools in Nanotechnology Instructor(s) : A: Gabriel Louis Hornyak

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Eberhart, J. P.  Structural and chemical analysis of materials : X-ray, electron and neutron diffraction; X-ray, electron and ion spectrometry; electron microscopy     
2 Mak, Thomas C. W., Crystallography in modern chemistry: a resource book of crystal structures     
3 Giacovazzo, Carmelo. Fundamentals of crystallography.     
4 Finniston, H. M., Structural characteristics of materials     
5 Ross, R. J. & Boit, C. (2001). Microelectronic failure analysis : desk reference. (4th ed.). Materials Park, OH : ASM International. TK7871 M52 1999b    
6 Grasserbauer, M., Werner, H. W. (1991). Analysis of microelectronic materials and devices. Chichester, Eng. :  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.  TK7871 A5    
7 ASM Internatinal Handbook Committee. (1990). ASM handbook volume 10 & 11. Materials Park, OH : ASM International.    
8 Lipson, C.  & Sheth, N.J. (1973).  Statistical design and analysis of engineering experiments.  New York : McGraw-Hill. TA340 L56    
9 De Graef, M. Introduction to conventional transmission electron microscopy.    
10 Shindo, Daisuke, Analytical electron microscopy for materials science     
11 Williams, David B, Practical analytical electron microscopy in materials science    

 

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AT79.02 Impact of Nanotechnology on the Society Instructor(s) :  Faiz H. Shah
Gabriel Louis Hornyak


No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Bennet-Woods, D. (2008). Nanotechnology, ethics and society. CRC Press.    
2 Fritz, A. & Patrick, L. (eds.). (2008). Nanotechnology & society-current and emerging ethical issues.    
3 Berne,  R. (2006). Nanotalk : conversations with scientists and engineers about ethics, meaning, and belief in the Development of Nanotechnology. CRC Press.    
4 Drexler, E. & Peterson, C. (1991). Unbounding the future : the nanotechnology revolution. New York : William Morrow and Company, Inc.   Link

 

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AT79.08 Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Instructor(s) :                         Gabriel Louis Hornyak


No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Hornyak, G. L., Dutta, J., Tibbals, H. F. & Rao, A. K. (2008). Introduction to nanoscience. Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press. QC176.8 N35 I685    
2 Hornyak, G. L., Moore, J.J., Tibbals, H. F. & Dutta, J.  (2008). Fundamentals of nanotechnology. CRC Press.    
3 Fendler, J. H. (ed.) (1998). Nanoparticles and nanostructured films : preparation, characterization and applications. Weinheim, Germany : Wiley-VCH. TA418.9 N35 N36    
4 Klabunde, K.J. (2001). Nanoscale materials in chemistry. New York : Wiley-Interscience. TA418.9 N35 N345   Link
5 Wang, Z. L. (2000). Characterization of nanophase materials. Weinheim, Germany : Wiley-VCH. TA418.9 N35 C37 2000a  

 

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AT79.9001 Selected Topic: Fundamentals of Bionanotechnology Instructor(s) :                         Gabriel Louis Hornyak


No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Tortora, G. J., Funke, B. R. & Case, C. L. (1995). Microbiology : an introduction. Redwood City, Calif. : Benjamin/Cummings Pub.    
2 Theinman, W. M. & Palladino, M. A. (2004). Introduction to biotechnology. Redwood City, Calif. : Benjamin/Cummings Pub.    
3 Miller, J.H. (1992). A short course in bacterial genetics. Laboratory Press.    

 

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Field of Study: Offshore Technology and Management 
CE81.71 Introduction to Offshore Structural Engineering Instructor(s) :                         Gregory L. F. Chiu


No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Ghali, A. & Neville, A.M. (1978). Structural analysis : a unified classical and matrix approach. London :  Chapman and Hall. TA645 G48 2003    

 

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CE81.9026 Selected Topic: Introduction to Upstream Oil & Gas Operations and HSE Aspects Instructor(s) :                         Sarunphong Articharte
Gregory L. F. Chiu
Laurence F. Boswell



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CE81.9029 Selected Topic : Principles of leadership Instructor(s) :                         Gregory L. F. Chiu



No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Roberts, P. (2013). Guide to project management : getting it right and achieving lasting benefit. New York : Wiley.     
2 Rad, P. F. (2002). Project estimating and cost management. Management Concepts.   Link
3 Project Management Institute. (2013). A guide to the project management body of knowledge PMBOK guide. (5th ed.). Newtown Square, Pa. : Project Management Institute Inc. HD69 P75 G845 2004 ; HD69 P75 G845 2000   Link
4 Scott, Berkun. (2008). Making things happen : mastering project management : theory in practice. (Rev. ed.). Beijing : O'Reilly. HD69 P75 B47 2008   Link
5 Grint, K. (). Leadership : limits and possibilities. Palgrave Macmillan    

 

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CE81.9024 Selected Topic: Probability, Statistics and Uncertainty for Oil and Gas Decision Making Instructor(s) :                         Gregory L. F. Chiu
Winai Ouypornprasert
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Ang, A. H-S & Tang, W. H. (1975).  Probability concepts in engineering and design:  volume I – basic principles. New York : John Wiley & Sons.    
2 Ang, A. H-S & Tang, W. H. (1975).  Probability concepts in engineering and design: volume II – decision, risk, and reliabilit. New York : John Wiley & Sons.    
3 W. Ouypornprasert. (). Structural safety and reliability : lecture notes. Bangkok :  Department of Civil Engineering and Environments, Rangsit University.    
4 W. Ouypornprasert. (2001). Goodness-of-fit tests for continuous distributions commonly used in civil engineering : working report. Department of Civil Engineering and Environments, Rangsit University.    
5 W. Ouypornprasert. (1988). Methods to calculate structural reliability. Institute of Engineering Mechanics, University of Innsbruck. (Internal working report ; no. 180)    
6 Wirsching, P. H. (1989). Reliability methods in mechanical and structural design.     
7 Stahl, B. (1986). "Reliability engineering and risk analysis. in Planning and design of fixed pffshore platforms’ part II section 5. edited by B. McCleland and M.D. Reifel. New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold Company.    
8 Chakrabarti, S. (2005). Handbook of offshore engineering vol 1. Elesiver.     
9 Offshore application & sensitivity study. (2000). Health Safety Exceutive. (Offshore Technology, Report ; OTO 2000 039).    
10 Baker, M.J. (1982). Structural reliability theory and its applications. S. l. : Rainbow-Bridge Book.  TS173 T46    

 

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CE81.81 The Economics of Oil and Gas Instructor(s) :   Thitisak Boonpramote
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Mian, M. A. (2002). Project economics and decision analysis : vol : 1. Tulsa, Okla. : PennWell Corp. HD9560.5 M525   
2 Van Vactor, S. A. (2010). Introduction to the global oil & gas business.  PennWell Corp.    
3 Babusiaux, D. (2007). Oil and gas exploration and production : reserves, costs, contracts. Paris : Editions Technip.    
4 Wright, J.D. (2006). "Petroleum economics" chapter 16 in Petroleum engineering handbook vol 1 SPE.    
5 Seba, R. D. (2003). Economics of worldwide petroleum production. (2nd. ed.) OGCI and  Petroskills Pub.    
6 Conaway, C. F. (1999). The petroleum industry : a non-technical guide. Tulsa, Okla. : PennWell. TN870 C58    
7 Yergin, D. (1992). The prize : the epic quest for oil, money, and power. New York : Simon & Schuster. HD9560.6 Y47 1992; HD9560.6 Y47  
8 Johnston, D. (1994). International petroleum fiscal systems and production sharing contracts. Pennwell Pub.    

 

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Field of Study: Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems 
AT76.01 Geographic Information Systems Instructor(s) :                           Nitin Kumar Tripathi
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Burrough, P. A. & McDonnell, R. A.  (1998). Principles of geographical information systems. Oxford : Oxford University Press.  G70.212 B87  
2 Mitchell, A. (2001). ESRI guide to GIS analysis. Redlands, CA : ESRI Press. G70.212 M57   
3 Lee, J. & Wong,  D. W. S.  (2002).
Statistical analysis with arc view GIS. New York :  John Wiley and Sons.
G70.212 L43    
4 Neteler, M. & Mitasova, H. (2007). Open source GIS : a GRASS approach.  New York : Springer. G70.212 N47 2008    
5 Obermeyer, N. J. & Pinto, J. K.  (1995). Managing geographic information systems. London : The Guilford Press.  G70.2 O24    

 

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AT76.03 Remote Sensing Instructor(s) :                             Kiyoshi Honda
Watanabe Nobuya
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Richards, A. & Jia, X. (2006). Remote sensing digital image analysis : an introduction. (4th ed.). Berlin : Springer-Berlag. G70.4 R53 2006   Link
2 Gonzales, R. C. & Woods, R. W. (2007). Digital image processing. (3rd ed.). Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall. TA1632 G66 1992a  ;  TA1632 G66    
3 Schowengerdt, R. A. (1983).      Techniques for image processing and classification in remote sensing. New York : Academic Press.
   
4 Space Agencies and Satellite Operation Companies’ on-line Manuals     

 

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AT76.9030 Selected Topic: Aerospace Technology Instructor(s) :                               Shinichi Nakamura
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AT76.9029 Selected Topic: Introduction to Global Navigation Satellite Systems Instructor(s) :                               Masahiko Nagai
Nobuaki Kubo
Takuji Ebinuma
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AT76.9026 Selected Topic: Introduction to Spatial Information Engineering Instructor(s) :                               Masahiko Nagai
Ryosuke Shibasaki
Naohiko Kohtake
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AT76.9021 Selected Topic: WebGIS Technology Instructor(s) :                               Sarawut Ninsawat
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Hazzards, E. (2011). OpenLayers 2.10 : beginner’s guide. Birmingham, U.K. : Packt Pub.    
2 Fu, P. & Sun, J. (2011). Web GIS: principles and application. Redlands, Calif : ESRI Press. G70.212 F8    
3 Neteler, M. & Mitasova, H. (2008). 
Open source GIS : a grass approach. (3rd ed.). New York :  Springer.
G70.212 N47 2008   
4 Davis, S. (2007). GIS for web developers : adding where to your web applications. Raleigh, NC : Pragmatic Bookshelf.  G70.212 D39    
5 Mitchell, T. (2005). Web mapping illustrated. Sebastopol, CA : O’Reilly.
GA139 M58    

 

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Field of Study: Structural Engineering 
CE72.52 Advanced Concrete Structures Instructor(s) :                               Naveed Anwar
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Park, R. & Paulay, T. (1975).
Reinforced concrete structures. New York :  John Wiley and Sons. 
TA683.2 P28    
2 Hollaway, L.C. & Leeming, M. B.  (1999).  Strengthening of reinforced concrete structures : using externally-bonded FRP composites in structures and civil engineering. Woodhead Pub.    
3 Neville, G. B. (1984). Simplified design : reinforced concrete buildings of moderate size and height,edited by Gerald B. Neville. Portland Cement Association.
   
4 ACI Manual of concrete practice (2000):  Part 1:    Materials and general properties of concrete
Part 2:    Construction practices and inspection pavements
Part 3:    Use of concrete in buildings-design, specifications, and related topics
Part 4:    Bridges, substructures, sanitary, and other special structures
Part 5:    Masonry, Precast concrete, Special processes
  Link part 1
5 Lin, T. Y. & Stotesbury, S. D. (1988).
Structural concepts and systems for architects and engineers. (2nd ed.)  Van Nostrand Reinhold. 
TA658 L47  (1981)  
6 Schodek, D. L. (1998). Structures. (3rd ed.). Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall.    
7 MacGregor, J. G. (1997). Reinforced concrete : mechanics and design. (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.  TA683.2 M34 1997  Link 6th ed.
8 Nawy, E. G. (2000). Reinforced concrete : a fundamental approach. (4th ed). Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall International.  TA444 N38 1995    

 

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CE72.41 Advanced Concrete Technology Instructor(s) :                               Thanakorn Pheeraphan
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Kumar, P.,  Mehta &  Monteiro, P. J. M. (1993). Concrete : microstructure, properties and materials. (2nd ed.). New York :  McGraw.Hill.    
2 Neville, A. M. (1997). Properties of concrete. (4th ed.) new York : John Wiley and Sons. TA439 N48 1997    
3 ACI Manual of concrete practice (2000)
Part 1:    Materials and general properties of concrete
Part 2:    Construction practices and inspection pavements
Part 3:    Use of concrete in buildings-design, specifications, and related topics
Part 4:    Bridges, substructures, sanitary, and other special structures
Part 5:    Masonry, Precast concrete, Special processes
  Link part 1
4 Maekawa, K., Kishi, T. & Chaube, R. P.  (1999). Modelling of concrete performance : hydration, microstructure formation and mass transport. London : Routledge.    

 

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CE72.11 Computer Methods of Structural Analysis Instructor(s) :                               
Punchet Thammarak
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Kanok-Nukulchai, W. (2002).
Computer methods of structural analysis. Pathumthani :  School of Civil Engineering, Asian Institute of Technology.
   
2 Ghali, A. (2003). Structural analysis : a unified classical and matrix approach. London : Spon Press. TA645 G48 2003    
3 Ghali, A. & Neville, A. M.  (1978). Matrix computation for engineers and scientists. London :  John Wiley and Sons. TA347 D4 J46    
4 Kanok-Nukulchai, W.  (2002).
Analysis interpretive computer package : 1993 version. Pathumthani : Asian Institute of Technology.
   

 

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CE72.21 Structural Dynamics Instructor(s) :                               
Pennung Warnitchai
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Clough, R. W.  and Penzien, J. (1993). Dynamics of structures. (2nd ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill, New York. TA654 C6 1993    
2 Chopra, A. K. (1995). Dynamics of structures-theory and applications to earthquake engineering. New Jersey : Prentice Hall. TA654.6 C466    
3 Smith, J. W. (1988). Vibration of structures : applications in civil engineering design. London :  Chapman and Hall.    
4 Tauchert, T. R. (1974). Energy principles in structural mechanics. New York : McGraw-Hill.    
5 Bachmann, H. & Ammann, W. (1987). Vibrations in structures-induced by man and machines. Zurich : IABSE. (  Structural engineering documents ; 3e) TA654 B33    
6 Newland, D. E. (1993). An introduction to random vibrations,  spectral and wavelet analysis. (3rd ed.). London : Longman.
   
7 Crandall, S. H. & Mark, W. D. (1963). Random vibration in mechanical systems. New York :  Academic Press. TA355 C69    

 

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Field of Study: Telecommunications 
AT77.04 Data Communications Instructor(s) :                               
Teerapat Sanguankotchakorn
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Saadawi, T. N., Ammar, M. H. & Hakkem, A. (1994). Fundamentals of telecommunication networks.  Wiley Interscience. New York : Wiley. TK5101 S13    
2 Proakis, J. G. (1995). Digital communications. (3rd ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill. TK5103.7 P76 1995    
3 Stallings, W. (1994). Data and computer communications. (4h ed.) New York : Macmillan Pub. TK5105 S73 1994 Link 8th ed
4 Kershenbaum, A. (1993). Telecommunications network design algorithms. New York :  McGraw-Hill.    
5 Bertsekas, D. & Gallaget, R. (1992). Data networks. (2nd ed.)  Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall.    
6 Halsall, F. (1992). Data communications, computer networks and open systems. (3rd ed.). Reading, Mass. : Addison Wesley. TK5105 H35 1992    
7 Rom, R. & Sidi, M. (1990). Multiple access protocols : performance and analysis. New York : Springler-Verlag.     
8 Sklar, B. (1988).  Digital communications : fundamentals and applications.  Englewood Cliffs, N. J. : Prentice Hall.    
9 Schwartz, M. (1987). Telecommunication networks : protocol, modeling and analysis. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley.    

 

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AT77.11 Digital Modulation Techniques Instructor(s) :                
Teerapat Sanguankotchakorn
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Proakis, J. G. & Salehi, M. (1994). Communication systems engineering. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.  TK5101 P75 2002 ; TK5101 P75 2002a  (2011)  
2 Xiong, F. (2000). Digital modulation techniques. Boston, MA : Artech House.    
3 Proakis, J. G. (1995). Digital communications. (3rd ed.). Boston, MA : McGraw-Hill. TK5103.7 P76 1995  ; TK5103.7 P76 2008i  ; TK5103.7 P76 2001    
4 Haykin, S. (1994). Communication systems.(3rd ed.) NewYork : John Wiley & Sons. TK5101 H37 1994 Link
5 Carlson, A. B. (1986). Communication systems : an introduction to signals and noise in electrical communication. New York : McGraw-Hill.  TK5102.5 C3 1986  ;  TK5102.5 C3 2010i  

 

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AT77.19 Optimization for Communications and Networks Instructor(s) :                               
Poompat Saengudomlert
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Bertsekas, D. P. (1995). Dynamic programming and optimal control.  Athena Scientific.     
2 Bertsekas, D. P. (1995). Nonlinear programming. Athena Scientific.    Link 2nd ed.
3 Bertsekas, D.P. & Gallager, R.G. (1992). Data Networks.  Athena Scientific.    
4 Bertsimas, D. & Tsitsiklis, J.N. (1997). Introduction to linear optimization. Athena Scientific.    
5 Boyd, S. & Vandenberghe, L. (2004).      Convex optimization.  Cambridge University Press.   Link 
6 Cormen, T.H., Leiserson, C.E. & Rivest, R.L. (1990). Introduction to algorithms. New York : McGraw-Hill.
QA76.6 C662 2009 ;  QA76.6 I5858 2001f   Link 
7 Kall, P. & Wallace, S. W.  (1995).       Stochastic programming. New York : Wiley.   Link 2nd ed
8 Papadimitriou, C.H. & Steiglitz, K. (1998). Combinatorial optimization. Dover Pub.
   

 

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AT77.9026 Selected Topic: Basic Satellite Communications Instructor(s) :                               
Shinichi Nakamura
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AT77.02 Signals, Systems and Stochastic Processes Instructor(s) :                               
Attaphongse Taparugssanagorn
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Oppenheim, A.V., Willsky, A. S. &  Nawab, S. H.  (1997). Signals and systems. (2nd ed.).  Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.  QA402 O63 1997i  ;  QA402 O63 1997a  (2005)  
2 Carlson, A.B., Crilly,  P.B. & Rutledge, J.C. (2002). Communication systems : an introduction to signals and noise in electrical communication. (4th ed.).  New York : McGraw Hill. TK5102.5 C3 2002; TK5102.5 C3 1986; TK5102.5 C3 2010i Link
3 Papoulis, A. (1991). Probability, random variables, and stochastic processes. (3rd ed.). Boston, MA :  Mc-Graw Hill. QA273 P2 1984 ; QA273 P2 2002     Link
4 Anttalainen, T. (1999). Introduction to telecommunications network engineering. Boston : Artech House.  TK5105 A55    
5 Bellamy, J. (1991). Digital telephony.  New York : John Wiley & Sons.    
6 Saadawi, T. (1994). Fundamentals of telecommunication networks. New York : John Wiley & Sons, Inc.  TK5101 S13    
7 Clark, M. P. (1991). Networks and telecommunications. New York : John Wiley & Sons.     
8 Freeman, R. L. (1989). Telecommunication system engineering. (2nd ed.). New York : John Wiley & Sons. TK5103 F68 1989  
9 Verma, P. K. (ed.). (1990).
ISDN systems : architecture, technology and applications. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall.
TK5103.7 I84    
10 Stallings, W. (1992). Advances in integrated services digital networks (ISDN) and broadband ISDN. Los Alamitos, Calif. : IEEE Computer Society Press.     
11 Lee, B.G. (1996). Broadband telecommunications technology. Boston : Artech House.
TK5103.7 L43 1996 ; TK5103.7 L43      
12 Fontolliet, P-G. (1986). Telecommunication systems.    Norwood, MA. : Artech House.  TK5105 F6613   
13 Freeman, R. L. (1985). Reference manual for telecommunications. New York : John Wiley & Sons.     
14 Wates, G. (1992). Computer communication networks. New York :  McGraw Hill.    
15 ITU-T Recommendations given in CCITT Blue Books related to PSTN, ISDN, Data Networks, etc.     

 

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Field of Study: Transportation Engineering 
CE73.15 Public Transportation Systems Instructor(s) :                               
Surachet Pravinvongvuth
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Jayakrishnan, R. (2007). Public transportation : UCI lecture note.    
2 Black, A. (1995). Urban mass transportation planning. New York :  McGraw-Hill .

HE308 B53    
3 Gray, G. E. & Hoel, L. A. (1992). Public transportation. (2nd ed.)   Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall. HE305 P8 1992    
4 Susman, J. (2000). Introduction to transportation systems. Boston, MA : Artech House. HE151 S775    

 

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CE73.37 Transportation Demand Modeling and Forecasting Instructor(s) :                               
Surachet Pravinvongvuth
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Ortuzar  S, J. D. & Willumsen. L. G.  (1990). Modelling transport. New York : John Wiley & Sons.    
2 Ben-Akiva, M. E. & Lerman, S. R. (2000). Discrete choice analysis theory and application to travel demand. Cambridge, Mass : MIT Press. HE336 C5 B46 1985h    
3 Oppenheim, N. (1995). Urban travel demand modeling. New York : John Wiley & Sons Inc.    

 

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CE73.36 Transportation Planning Methods and Analysis Instructor(s) :                               
Takashi Nakatsuji
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Ortuzar  S, J. D. & Willumsen. L. G.  (1994). Modelling transport. New York : John Wiley & Sons.    
2 Kanafaini, A. K. (1983). Transportation demand analysis. New York : McGraw-Hill.  HE152.5 K36    
3 Oppenheim, N. (1994). Urban travel demand modeling.    
4 Sheffi, Y. (1985). Urban transportation networks : equilibrium analysis with mathematical programming methods. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall.  HE305 S54    
5 Class note (2003) written by Will W. Recker in UCI    
6 Class note (2004) written by Stephen G. Ritchie in UCI    
7 Class notes (2003, 2004, 2005) written by R. Jayakrishnan in UCI    
8 Class notes (2004) written by Michael G. McNally in UCI    

 

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CE73.11 Transportation Systems Instructor(s) :                               
Kunnawee Kanitpong
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Banks, J.H. (1998). Introduction to transportation engineering. Boston, MA : McGraw-Hill.    
2 Gray, G. E. & Hoel, L. A. (1992).
Public transportation. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall.
 HE305 P8 1992    
3 Edwards, J. D., (ed.). (1992).
Transportation planning handbook. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall.
HE152.5 T73    
4 Papacostas, C. S. & Prevedouros, P. D. (2001). Transportation engineering and planning. (3rd ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall. TA1145 P33 2001 ; TA1145 P33 1993;  TA1145 P33 2005  
5 Papacostas, C. S. (1987). Fundamentals of transportation engineering. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall. TA1145 P33   
6 Stein, J. M. (1998). Classic readings in urban planning : an introduction. New York : McGraw-Hill.  HT167 C565 (1995)  
7 Sussman, J. (2000). Introduction to transportation systems. London : Artech House. HE151 S775    

 

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Field of Study: Water Engineering and Management 
CE74.14 Concepts in Water Modeling Instructor(s) :                               
Sutat Weesakul
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Ames, W. F. (1977). Numerical methods for partial differential equations. New York : Academic Press.    
2 Chapra S. C. & Canale R. P. (1998).         Numerical methods for engineers : with programming and software applications. WCB/McGraw-Hill Press .   Link
3 Falconer, R. A. (ed.). (1992). Water quality modelling.   Aldershot : Ashgate. TD370 W3957   
4 Hoffman, J. (1992). Numerical methods for engineers and scientists. New York : McGraw-Hill.   Link
5 Press, W. H, Teukolsky, S. A., Vetterling, William T. & Flannery, B. P. . (1992). Numerical recipes in fortran : the art of scientific computing. (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press    Link
6 Rice, J. R. (1983). Numerical methods, software and analysis. New York : McGraw-Hill.  QA297 R49 1983b    

 

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CE74.12 Hydrodynamics Instructor(s) :                               
Tawatchai Tingsanchali
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Chow, V.T. (1992). Open channel hydraulics. New York : Mc Graw Hill. TC175 C45 1973  ; TC175 C45  (1959)  
2 Daugherty, R.L., Franzine, J.B. & Finnemore, E.J. (1985). Fluid mechanics with engineering applications. (8th ed.) New York : Graw Hill. TC160 D3 1977  ;  TC160 D3 1954    
3 French, R.H. (1986). Open channel hydraulics. New York :  McGraw Hill.    
4 Roberson, J.A. & Crowe, C. T.  (1990). Engineering  fluid mechanic. (4th ed.). Boston : Haughton Mifflin Co.    
5 Shames, I.H. (1982). Mechanics of fluids. New York :  McGraw Hill.    
6 Streeter, V.L. & Wylie, E.B. (1985). Fluid mechanics. (8th ed.). New York :  McGraw Hill.    

 

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CE74.54 Integrated Water Resources Management Instructor(s) :                               
Mukand S. Babel
Damien Jourdain
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Arriens, W. T. L., Bird, J. Berkoff, J. & Mosley, P. (eds.).  (1996). Towards effective sater policy in the Asian and Pacific Region. Manila : Asian Development Bank.
Vol. 1: Overview of Issues and Recommendations; Vol. 2: Country Papers; Vol. 3: Theme Papers and Comments
   
2 ESCAP. (1995).  Integrated water resources management in Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok : ESCAP. Water Resources Series ; no. 75.     
3 World Bank. (1993). Water resources management. Wachington, D.C. : World Bank. (A World Bank policy paper) HD1702 W382   Link
4 Global Water Partnership. (2000). Integrated water resources management. Sweden :  Global Water Partnership Technical Advisory Committee. (TAC Background Papers No. 4,).   Link
5 ESCAP. (1996).  Water pricing policies and structures and investment promotion in the water sector in Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok : ESCAP.    
6 Kay, M., Franks, T. & Smith, L. (ed.) (1997).  Water : economics, management and demand. London : E & FN Spon. TD201 W327    
7 Subramanian, A., Jagannathan, N. J. & Meinzen-Dick, R. (eds.). (1997).  Users organizations for sustainable water services. Washington, D. C. : World Bank. (World Bank Technical Paper ; No. 354)     
8 ESCAP. (2000). Principles and practices of water allocation among water-use sectors. Bangkok : ESCAP, Bangkok. In Process Link

 

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CE74.21 Irrigation and Drainage Engineering Instructor(s) :                               
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Klute, A. (1986). Methods of soil analysis. (2nd ed). Madison, Wis. : American Society of Agronomy, Soil Science Society of America. S593 M4453 1982   
2 Cuenca, R.H. (1989). Irrigation system design : an engineering approach.   Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall. TC805 C84    
3 Hillel, D. (1980). Fundamentals of soil physics. New York : Academic Press.  S592.3 H54    
4 Hoffman, G. J., Howell, T.A. & Solomon, K.H. (1990). Management of farm irrigation systems (Monograph). ASAE.    
5 Jensen, M.E. (ed.) (1983). Design and operation of farm irrigation systems. St. Joseph, Mich. : American Society of Agricultural Engineers. (Monograph ; No. 3.) S613 D47 1983  ;  
6 Jensen, M.E., Burman, R.D. & Allen, R.G. (eds.). (1990).    Evapotranspiration and irrigation water requirements : a manual. New York : The Society. S600.7 E93 E93    
7 Ritzema H. P. (Editor-in-Chief) (1994). Drainage Principles and Applications, ILRI publication 16, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement. Wageningen, The Netherlands.     
8 Rydzewski, J. R. (1987). Irrigation development planning : an introduction for engineers. London :  John Wiley and Sons Ltd. HD1714 I77    
9 Smedema, L. K. &  Rycroft, R. W.  (1983). Land drainage. New York :  Cornell University Press.    
10 Walker, W.R. &  Skogerboe, G.V. (1987). Surface irrigation : theory and practice.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall.    

 

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CE74.13 Water Resources Systems Instructor(s) :                               
Sangam Shrestha
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Goodman, A. S. (1984). Principles of water resources planning.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall. TC405 G633    
2 Hilleier, F. S. & Lieberman, G. J. (2001). Introduction to operation research.  Boston, MA : McGraw-Hill.  T57.6 H54 2001   Link 7th ed
3 Linslay, R. K., Franzini, J. B., Freyberg, D. L., & Tchobanoglous, G. (1992). Water resources engineering. (4th ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill. TC145 W38 1992    
4 Major,  D. C. & Schwarz, H. E. (1990). Large scale regional water resources planning. Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Pub. TC423.1 M35    
5 Mays, L.W. & Tung, Y-K. (1992). Hydrosystems engineering & management. New York :  McGraw-Hill, Inc.  TD353 M39    

 

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CE74.41 Water Supply and Sanitation Instructor(s) :                               
Mukand S. Babel
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Cairncross, S. & Feachem, R. (2000).  Environmental health engineering in the tropics. New York : John Wiley. TD153 C34    
2 Dangerfield, B. J. (1983). Water supply and sanitation in developing countries. London :  The Institution of Water Engineers and Scienticts.    
3 McGhee, T. J. (1991). Water supply and sewerage. New York :  McGraw-Hill.    
4 Morgan, P. (1990). Rural water supplies and sanitation. London : Macmillan.    
5 Qasim S. R., Motley, E. M. & Zhu, G. (2000). Water works engineering : planning, design and operation. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.    
6 Online Course for Design of Water Supply Systems
www.sce.ait.ac.th/programs/courses/water-suuply
   

 

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CE74.11 Watershed Hydrology Instructor(s) :                               
Mukand S. Babel
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Maidment, D. R. (ed.). (1993). Handbook of hydrology. New York : McGraw-Hill. GB662.5 M35    
2 Chow, V. T., Maidment, D. R.& Mays,  L. W. (1988). Applied hydrology. New York : McGraw-Hill Book Company. GB661.2 C43    
3 Shaw, E. M. (1994). Hydrology in practice. (3rd ed.) Chapman & Hall.   Link